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December 15, 2017

ONE LINERS Palm Beach

ONE LINERS Palm Beach
► Minto Communities opened Westlake, a 4,500-home community, in the newly created city of the same name in the western part of the county.

Ben Asen, former CEO of Lehman Brothers, opened a new office for Matrix Private Capital Group in West Palm Beach.

► CenterState Bank closed on the $2 million financing of Boynton Industrial.

JFK Medical Center paid $11.25 million for a nearby medical office building in Boynton Beach.

The Titus Center for Franchising opened at Palm Beach Atlantic University.

Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith expanded and opened a new office in Wellington.

Mortgage loan firm NP opened a new branch in Delray Beach, under the name Mortgage of Florida.

Boca Raton’s Meridian Capital Group arranged the $12.5 million financing for the purchase of the Plantation Pointe shopping center in Plantation.

U.S. News & World Report honored West Palm Beach’s MorseLife Health System as a top nursing home.

Boca Raton’s society stakeholders raised $125,000 for nonprofits at the third annual Boca Raton Mayors Ball.

Florida Atlantic University’s Tech Runway presented Maverick Awards to Arnold L. Cohen, Ryan Cohen and Philip Voluck, and celebrated the success of 52 affiliated ventures.

Bob Carter of Toyota North America will be awarded the National Automotive Lifetime Achievement Award at the 12th annual Boca Raton Concours d’ Elegance in February. 

Hurricane BTW, a new fast-casual restaurant franchise from Hurricane Grill & Wings, opened its first West Palm Beach location.

Mercury Capital Advisors opened a new office in Palm Beach Gardens, led by Robert Silvani.

Driftwood Acquisitions million Canopy by Hilton in downtown West Palm Beach.

► The Boca Raton Museum of Art is planning a $1.5 million renovation for new landscape and architecture led by Glavovic Studio and Studio Roberto Rovira.

► Don McKenna is the new CEO of Jupiter Medical Center.

► The Economic Council of Palm Beach County named Michele Jacobs chief strategy officer.

► Jupiter-based Jenoptik Optical Systems is expanding its manufacturing operations with a new cleanroom.

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